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Decent hotel in Tokyo under 100 US?

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shakuhachi
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Decent hotel in Tokyo under 100 US?

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$100, what's that at the current exchange rate, about 1200 yen?

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Check out the Jalan website.
I booked a room for this Saturday night for 5980 yen. Lots of places booked out at short notice.

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Start with Villa Fontaine Ueno perhaps:

http://www.hvf.jp/eng/ueno.php

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Toyoko Inn pretty much anywhere; Hankyu Hours Inn Oimachi is a decent deal... you are very much in business hotel territory.

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randomcow wrote:

Start with Villa Fontaine Ueno perhaps:

http://www.hvf.jp/eng/ueno.php

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I know bugger all about Tokyo hotels but I have stayed there. Girl recommended it to me. Comfortable but small rooms (smaller than they appear in the photos). Good breakfast included. Breakfast entertainment is noticing the older sararimen and their bleary-eyed unmade-up OLs recovering after not so much sleep after missing the last train: no doubt after a hard night's work meeting an important deadline at the office.

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